(Sept 1st 2019 - Dec 31st) Attacks such as those in El Paso gain widespread attention, but a host of mass-fatality shootings go almost unnoticed. We tracked all the United States mass-murders carried out with firearms in 2019.
(Jan 1st 2020) Jihadist success within Europe continued to decline as casualty numbers fell in 2019 and high-profile attacks became sparse.
(Oct 5th 2019 - Dec 31st) This article tracked jihadist attacks in Europe for the year 2019.
(Dec 23rd 2019) The far-rights online usage of "memes" is helping to recruit people to a darker sub-community and for some, a world of extremism.
(Oct 26th 2019) The platform has given a home to those unwanted by mainstream social media but its "refugee" users have done no favours towards the sites torrid reputation.
(Oct 18th 2019) The group was consistently successful in carrying out large-scale attacks from 2015 to 2017, however 2018 and 2019 have so far shown little of the same kind of success.
Gun rights in the US are considered a strictly domestic issue by Americans, but the impact of Americas gun violence spreads far and wide.
(Sept 15th 2019) Is the capital of Great Britain really now more deadly than the Big Apple? NYPD and London MetPol statistics throws up some interesting results between the two major cities.
(Sept 11th 2019) A CNN graphic posted after the Santa Fe massacre raised questions to the statistics reliability, but how many genuine school shooting attacks has the US really had since January 2009?
The terrorist group has long sought notoriety within its propaganda machine, but often time this is nothing more than baseless attention-seeking.
Guns used by the attacker showed clearly the motivation behind his deadly attacks on two mosques. Here we look at the attacks behind his attacks.
In various of their or their supporters efforts, the only casualty was to the reputation and integrity of the group itself. They tried.